Despite new regulatory attention to the gig economy, gendered labor remains invisible and unregulated when performed in private homes.

New spending on “supremacy in the skies” accompanies paid parental leave for two million federal workers. But what about the rest of America’s families who are still left high and dry?

Gender equality initiatives that focus on individual behaviors or societal ills miss a key factor: the role organizations themselves play in creating and reinforcing inequality.

New policy approaches aim to make the stripping industry a safer place to work – but more is needed to combat racial discrimination.

High-stakes issues come before the U.S. Supreme Court on October 8th as it considers what constitutes discrimination “because of” or “on account of” sex. Does employment discrimination on the basis of sexual orientation or gender identity violate the nation’s premier civil rights law?

In child care policy, as in so many other realms of public life, the United States has taken its own—distinctive– course. Unlike most other wealthy market societies today, the US has failed to develop a nationwide, government-subsidized and -regulated system of child care, resulting in what many call a “patchwork” of services.To address this gap, many prominent political figures are currently proposing major plans for a federal child care program. These politicians include not only declared Democratic presidential candidates, but also first daughter Ivanka Trump. Most of them, however, fall short of the best programs to be found elsewhere among advanced economies.